Mill Track Loop (10.2km)

Murrindindi Scenic Reserve



3 hrs

Grade 4






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  • An excellent hike through the Murrindindi Scenic Reserve. The first four kilmoeteres are steep, challenging and on a mixture of formed trail and 4WD tracks. The descent Wilhelmina Falls is rocky, however there are fixed chains in sections in to assist.

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